Articles tagged with poem

Poetry
Diamond Forde

Our bodies, temples—shouldn’t that mean anyone can worship? Shouldn’t that mean it’s okay to dip my hips into a communion bowl?

Poetry
Kyoko Uchida
Poetry
José B. González

The sewing machines have been pushed aside to a far-off world, but I can still hear their thumping

Poetry
Ocean Vuong

As my relatives melted, I stood
on one leg, raised my arms, eyes shut, & thought:
tree tree tree as death passed me—untouched.

Poetry
Hazem Fahmy

Hazem Fahmy was a finalist for the 2019 Boston Review Annual Poetry Contest and this poem appeared in our arts anthology Allies.

Poetry
Naro Alonzo
They’ve stolen a finger bone, carved it into a whistle, which when blown,
summons extinct birds . . .
Poetry
Funto Omojola

mom calls me often
to ask if i’ve been doing
my nightly devotionals

Poetry
Sarah Helen Bates

On any map in any so-called season, I can recognize myself at least once.

Poetry
heidi andrea restrepo rhodes

I confess, I was never made
to shake obeisant . . .

Jesse Bertron Poetry
Jesse Bertron